KVHW Live at Crystal Ballroom on 1999-04-28
- Live concert
2. You're The One
3. Nine > Ring Around The Moon > Nine >
4. Green People Jam > *
5. Pau Pau Go
6. Point Of No Return
7. Spring Water
KVHW opened for Jazz Is Dead
* several men/women, painted green, danced topless thru the crowd following the Goddess of Ganja (a huge fine bud atop her head). They then wove their way onto the stage and undulated briefly.
- 2004-02-03 10:29:52
- DAT > CD > EAC > SHN
- Portland, OR
- Crystal Ballroom
Subject: Too Hot to Touch
From the first notes of "Five B4 Funk" to the face-melting "Point of No Return," "Spring Waters" climax, the overwhelming power of this band is undeniable.
Subject: Intense show, decent recording
But the playing is so intense it doesn't matter. Kimock rips through much of the set and the band manages to maintain an amazingly high level of intensity throughout. The softer moments of Moon and Return are a nice complement and chance to catch your breath.
Subject: Bronx Experiment foreshadowing
This is an amazing set of music segued together nicely by some amazing players. Get it.
Subject: Green People!
Subject: the dogs danglys
Subject: ! ! ! SEGUES ! ! !
Pau Pau Go Trivia!
Did you know KVHW's drummer Alan Hertz wrote Pau Pau Go? He said there are two ways they played it; jammed-out and techno-ish. This show has a good example of a jammed-out Pau Pau Go. The most breakbeat-electronica sounding PPG was played on 2-26-99 at the Fillmore SF, a 4+ hour masterpiece.
ON-stage Nak300s... Dr. Bob's tapes... they're out there. I should note- there are better sources of this show than what's posted.
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